You can configure the Java Management Extensions (JMX) connection handler and the alert handler using the dsconfig tool.
To allow users to receive JMX notifications, enable the
jmx-notify privileges. By default, these privileges aren't granted to
any users, including root users or global administrators.
For security reasons, you should create a separate user account that has only these privileges.
You can also configure the JMX connection handler and the alert handler using
dsconfig in interactive command-line mode, which is visible in the
Standard object menu.